Contributed by Terry Laughlin on Aug 11, 2008
God's Promise to Christ
There are many truths to grasp in Isaiah 53. A truth worth grasping today is found in Isaiah 53:10, "But the Lord was pleased to crush Him, putting Him to grief. If He would render Himself as a guilt offering. He will see His offspring, He will prolong His Days, and
Contributed by Scott Carson on Nov 20, 2011
GOD'S PROMISES AND URBAN LEGENDS
Do you really believe that being godly is great gain and not financial gain, but something that really matters and lasts? If you believed that, wouldn’t it change your life?
Most people believe that if you smoke, you’ll get lung cancer. Many of you quit
Contributed by Matthew Kratz on Nov 23, 2008
On God’s promises, C.H. Spurgeon said;
“God never gives his children a promise which he does not intend them to use. There are some promises in the Bible which I have never yet used, but I am well assured that there will come times of trial and trouble when I shall find that that poor despised
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Oct 8, 2001
16. Our Thinking vs. God’s Promises.
a. We say- It’s impossible. God says- All things are possible with Me.
b. We- I can’t do it. God- You can do all things through Christ.
c. We- I’m too tired. God- Come to Me, I will give you rest.
d. We- I’m always worried and frustrated. God- Cast all
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Dec 27, 2001
I’ve always stood on God’s promise in Matthew 6:33 "But seek first the kingdom of God and His righteousness, and all these things shall be added to you." A few years ago God showed me in one situation how he does indeed supply our needs providing we do put him first.
I was pastoring a church in
Contributed by Bruce Ball on May 26, 2009
In JAMES 5:15, God promises us that a prayer offered in true faith will even make the sick person well. Let’s take that model of prayer and hold it up against the way we pray today. Most of us, being honest, pray something like this: ‘God I want you to make me well.’ And then in the back of our
Contributed by Joel Pankow on Feb 18, 2005
What does God promise us? He will watch over your life; the LORD will watch over your coming and going both now and forevermore. It goes back to the same theme throughout. The LORD is watching, no matter whether you’re coming or going - He’s watching. I’d compare it to walking through a mall
Contributed by Dana Chau on Dec 23, 2002
God promised peace to those whom His favor rests. Let me close with the words from a hymn that Annie Johnson Flint wrote: "What God Hath Promised"
God hath not promised skies always blue,
Flower strewn pathways all our lives through;
God hath not promised sun without rain,
Contributed by Paul Fritz on Jul 28, 2002
LOOKING BACK, LOOKING FORWARD
Hudson Taylor founder of China Inland Mission) used to hang in his home a plaque with two Hebrew Words on it: EBENEZER & JEHOVAH JIREH. The first word means ‘Hitherto hath the Lord helped us’ and the second, ‘The Lord will see to it or provide.’ One looked back
Contributed by Dave Kinney on Aug 24, 2008
Pator Dave Kinney: "Faith is grounded in the confidence of God's presence in today's unsettledness and the conviction in
Contributed by Charles Jones on Feb 16, 2011
LIVING BY PROMISES
Warren Wiersbe once said "We live by God's promises,
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Apr 12, 2007
"The ground of faith is not the sufficiency of the visible means for the performance of Gods promises, but rather the all-sufficiency of the invisible
Contributed by Charles Jones on Sep 12, 2011
WISE MEN SEARCHING
In Biblical times wise men searched for the savior. They searched by looking for his star. When they found the star, they knew that God's promise had been fulfilled.
Today, wise men are still searching. They are searching, not necessarily for a
Contributed by Bobby Scobey on Apr 10, 2008
A Peanuts cartoon pictured Lucy and Linus looking out the window at a steady downour of rain. “Boy,” said Lucy, “look at it rain. What if it floods the whole world? “It will never do that,” Linus replied confidently. “In the ninth chapter of Genesis, God promised Noah that would never happen again,
Contributed by Davon Huss on May 7, 2014
Daniel Overdorf: I visited a friend in the hospital. He had neared the end of an extended battle with cancer. The chemotherapy had taken most of his ability to think. I read some Scripture passages to him about God's promises, unsure if he even heard me, then I prayed. As I turned to leave the
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Oct 9, 2008
Linus on the Hope in the Truth
A Peanuts cartoon pictured Lucy and Linus looking out the window at a steady downpour of rain. "Boy," said Lucy, "look at it rain. What if it floods the whole world?"
"It will never do that," Linus replied confidently. "In the ninth chapter of Genesis, God
Contributed by Gregg Bitter on Aug 17, 2010
FAITH AND PROMISE
When something is promised, you have not seen it happen yet, have you? If I promise my wife that I'm going to clean out the basement, there's no proof that you can see. There's only my word. That promise is the only evidence it will happen. And I may prove unreliable for one
In a Peanuts cartoon Lucy and Linus are staring out the window, watching it rain. Lucy says, "Boy! Look at it pour. What if it floods the whole world?"
Linus, "It won't. In Gen. 9, God promised Noah that would never happen again. The sign of that promise is the
The two books the devil hates most are Genesis and Revelation. Why?
• In Genesis the devil's doom is pronounced.
• In Revelation it’s carried out. It is the Devil's Obituary.
Satan would tell us Genesis is myth and Revelation is mystery—don't pay attention to either one! Did you